Elizabeth “Lizzie” Manning Hanshew

Mrs. Elizabeth “Lizzie” Manning Hanshew, age 45, of Bethlehem, GA died unexpectedly on Thursday, August 1, 2019. Elizabeth is survived by her husband, Bryan Hanshew of Bethlehem; children, Xena Brown and Annabelle Hanshew of Bethlehem; parents Heath and Rhodes Waller of Roswell; 5 siblings and in-laws Danny and Sue Hanshew of Hoschton.  She is preceded in death by father Bill Manning of Atlanta and both sets of grandparents. Elizabeth was born on May 3, 1974 in Atlanta.  She graduated from Roswell High School in 1993 and attended Kennesaw State University.  She worked for Mansermar as a compliance specialist. Her children will remember her as a generous and loving mother who encouraged them to pursue their goals.  She was known for being very artistic and passionate about helping others. She attended Hamilton Mill Christian Church.  She was a Girl Scout leader and often volunteered at Bethlehem Elementary where her children attend/attended. A Celebration of Life is scheduled 7:00 pm Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at Hamilton Mill Christian Church in Buford, GA with the visitation at 6:00 pm.  All are welcome to attend and celebrate Elizabeth’s life. Though she always loved flowers, roses especially, her family feels she would most appreciate donations in lieu of flowers to Annabelle Hanshew’s Education donation fund at Wells Fargo, account 6218753355.  Condolences can be sent to 296 Winslow Way in Bethlehem, GA 30620. Arrangements by Lawson Funeral Home, 4532 Hwy 53, Hoschton, GA, 30548, www.lawsonfuneralhome.org, 706-654-0966.

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4 thoughts on “Elizabeth “Lizzie” Manning Hanshew”

  1. We are heartbroken over Elizabeth’s passing. She was such a beautiful woman inside and out. She had such a sweet spirit and we are so blessed to have had her as a friend and neighbor. Heaven has gained an incredible angel. We are lifting all of the family up in prayer and asking for God to provide you all with peace and comfort. Elizabeth has left behind so many wonderful memories for all that knew her.
    Kim and Todd Hunt

  2. I too just can’t grasp the fact that such a beautiful, vibrant soul is no longer with us. I love you Elizabeth and even though we no longer work together and see each other every day, I will definitely miss your posts about Annabelle, and your absolute love of life and the people around you. Fly high my dear friend, I know the angels welcomed you with open arms.

  3. I’m also heartbroken to hear of Elizabeth’s passing. She is gone way too soon. While I will miss her, I’ll always remember her for her wit, her compassion and for the love she had for her daughters and for sharing so many stories with me.

    For Xena and Annabelle please know you are your Mothers greatest accomplishments, nothing mattered more than the two of you. She loved and bragged about each of you so much. I am praying that God hugs you and comforts your entire family.

  4. Elizabeth was such a caring person. I only met her twice, but she had a special place in my heart. I felt like she was one of my good friends. I talked to her many times on the phone and she had such a bubbly personality. She helped me so many times Avera Estates. I am so sorry she had to leave us, but I know she is rejoicing with our Lord. To her family, I know you are going to miss her, but you can have peace knowing she is with God.

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